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This is a superb continuation of "I, Claudius." It preserves the same eccentric, digressive, first person narration as its predecessor. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Joel E. Mitchell
This book was assigned to me in college for a class and frankly at the time I did not look forward to reading it since assigned reading was generally a waste of time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John J. Petry
Well researched, well written, thoughtful and full of details of life in the Empire. Highly recommended. Very well done and readable.Published 2 months ago by Louis Stanfield
This is the one unread and awaiting its return from my grand son. I do remember some from the old tv series and the first time I read it so long ago.Published 2 months ago by Enrique V. Pujals
As I said in my review of "I Claudius" the choice of the author to translate Roman terms relating to places, military, government offices and clothing destroy the sense of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary W. Sackett Sr.
This novel is one of the two that are the basis for the 1976 BBC TV series "I, Claudius," which brought Derek Jacoby, Brian Blessed, and Sian Philips (once Mrs. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Musicals Freak
Robert Graves describes the period of older times before new age. This is very great book from the Bible's stories, about great Emperor in the Roman period. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Yuliya